Some of you may have already heard this news below, but I've been asked to pass on this information to those who knew of Ann..
Part of the email I've received is featured below:
"Ann was a long standing fan from the old Sealand Rd days , being a programme seller at Sealand Rd, Macc and the Deva Stadium she also was a lottery agent for many years and followed the Blues home and away."
Condolences to Ann's family and friends at this time.
That is so sad to hear. I can't count the number of away games I went to in her company, including a cold November midweek night when the handbrake in our hired minibus froze on! Ann, you will be sadly missed. I send my sincere condolences to her loved ones. 😥
Such sad news, to be in Ann’s company was an absolute pleasure. I’d known Ann for in the region of 50 years, by all accounts she was a top class Foil Fencing competitor in her younger days and was also a keen ten-pin bowler, playing regularly at both the Brook Street Alley and later at the New Brighton Bowl. Ann could sell ice to an Eskimo and was the reason why she was so popular in her duties selling raffle tickets, golden goal tickets, programmes etc for the club. Ann was a regular for many many years on the away travel coaches, always so popular. RIP Ann, with sincerest condolences to your family.
Post by devaboyreturns on Apr 21, 2020 21:01:43 GMT
That is really sad news. Ann knew my Grandad and Mum well. Ann was one of the first faces I remember from going to watch Chester in the early 80's. She was the programme seller in the main stand. A lovely lady. RIP Ann xxx